Solid Edge allows a variety of ways to complete your projects with the best tools and features for your design. With so many different ways to utilize features within the program tool, have you ever considered that there is a better way to approach how you design? What if you could find a way to cut your design time in half? Whether you’re learning the basics or designing at an advanced level, our experts want to help you uncover CAD tricks that will benefit your workflow while further expanding your knowledge in Solid Edge.

Join us on Wednesdays from November 9 – February 8 at 2PM CT as we highlight useful tips, latest trends, and best practices in Solid Edge that can help push productivity while keeping you on track with CAD knowledge – at no cost to you.

 

SKETCHING WITH
SYNCHRONOUS & ORDERED
NOVEMBER 9 @ 2PM CT2DPart drawings can be used to recreate existing designs in 3D that inherit 2D manufacturing dimensions automatically, while assembly drawings can be used to drive the fit and position of a complete product.  Synchronous technology enables 3D models from other systems to be edited as though they are native Solid Edge. Move to Solid Edge faster and reuse existing data.
TUTORIALS & PRACTICE FILES


Thank you for joining us for the first webinar in our Solid Edge Training Series.  We want to give you additional tutorial videos and files to practice the lessons taught in this webinar – Click the link provided below.

BASE FEATURES
PROTRUSION, LOFTED FLANGE
NOVEMBER 30 @ 2PM CTBase Feature is the first feature you construct in a Solid Edge Part or Sheet Metal document. A base feature typically defines the basic part shape. You construct solid models by adding material to and removing material from a base feature. Some base features this webinar will cover are, protrusion, swept and lofted protrusion, sheet metal tab, and lofted flange.
TUTORIALS & PRACTICE FILES


Thank you for joining us for the second webinar in our Solid Edge Training Series.  As before we have provided you with additional tutorial videos and files to practice the lessons taught in this webinar – Click the link provided below.

ADVANCED FEATURES
LOFTS, SWEEPS, BLUE SURF
DECEMBER 14 @ 2PM CTSolid Sweep is a feature that enables you to simulate cuts with an end mill, or the space that a moving part will occupy. Sometimes sweeping a 2D cross section along a path does not give you the type of geometry that you are looking for. This webinar will cover more advanced features including lofts, sweeps, blue surf, and more.
TUTORIALS & PRACTICE FILES


Thank you for joining us for the third webinar in our Solid Edge Training Series.  As before we have provided you with additional tutorial videos and files to practice the lessons taught in this webinar – Click the link provided below.

PATTERNS, CIRCULAR &
RECTANGULAR, ALONG CURVE
JANUARY 11 @ 2PM CT
When building assemblies, you often need to place standard or commercially supplied parts, like nuts or bolts, and subassemblies multiple times in a pattern or mirror arrangement. With Solid Edge, you can quickly copy parts and subassemblies into a pattern arrangement. And with available part libraries, you can easily find and place commonly used parts that comply with your company standards.
TUTORIALS & PRACTICE FILES


Thank you for joining us for the third webinar in our Solid Edge Training Series.  As before we have provided you with additional tutorial videos and files to practice the lessons taught in this webinar – Click the link provided below.

MULTI BODY DESIGN
VS. TOP DOWN ASSEMBLY
JANUARY 25 @ 2PM CT
With Solid Edge, you can design the way you want to, whether bottom up (by assembling existing components), or top down (starting from a conceptual layout or by designing parts to fit into an existing assembly). A suite of assembly modeling commands and tools lets you use either approach associatively or non-associatively.
TUTORIALS & PRACTICE FILES


Thank you for joining us for the third webinar in our Solid Edge Training Series.  As before we have provided you with additional tutorial videos and files to practice the lessons taught in this webinar – Click the link provided below.

ASSEMBLY CREATIONS
FEBRUARY 8 @ 2PM CT
Solid Edge helps users quickly and easily create and manage even the largest assemblies, without lags or crashes. Create an exact representation of all components—including tubes, pipes, wires, weldments and sheet metal—in a complete digital mockup that allows for more accurate design and analysis.
TUTORIALS & PRACTICE FILES


Thank you for joining us for the third webinar in our Solid Edge Training Series.  As before we have provided you with additional tutorial videos and files to practice the lessons taught in this webinar – Click the link provided below.